Barnardsville NC, 28709
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, just a few minutes from Asheville.
THE BIG IVY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Hosts the annual
Saturday, March 25 at 6:30 pm
Big Ivy Community Center, 540 Dillingham Road
$20 Single $35 couple
Reserve Tickets Today
Ramps: A Sustainable Harvest: Ramp season is nearly upon us here in the Appalachian Mountains. These delicious wild leeks are becoming increasingly popular among chefs and home cooks throughout the country, but many people do not know how to properly harvest them. The Appalachian Food Storybank and the Smoky Mountain Native Plants Association have partnered to create a video that shows potential foragers how to sustainably harvest ramps so that the plant will continue to grow in following seasons. We hope that you or your organization will help us promote this video, “Ramps: A Sustainable Harvest,” by sharing it on your website, blog, or social media platforms. If you know of any other parties that might be interested in helping us promote the video, please feel free to forward it to them as well. The embedded link will take viewers to the Appalachian Food Storybank’s website where they can How to Harvest Ramps Sustainably.
See the video: Big Ivy Speaks
Speaking up for Big Ivy Forests
More than a million acres of Western North Carolina lies in the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests. Ensuring that that land is managed properly for people and nature is vital to our future. That’s why we are actively involved in helping shape the management plan that will guide work in the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests for the next 20 years.
Friends of Big Ivy – www.friendsofbigivy.org